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  1. #1
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    Default Fresh off the vine

    Since this was our first fresh mater off the vine this year, I just had to use it right away.


    The main players for tonight's dinner. Fried bacon, lettuce, and the fresh mater. Yep, we're building a BLT.


    Lightly toasted slices of bread slathered with Mayo. Starting to layer the bacon.


    layered with bacon


    added lettuce and a thick slice of mater.


    Ready to eat with a couple dill pickle spears.


    Thanks for lookin'
    Jim

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    Looks great, Jim. You're way ahead of us down here on being able to harvest tomatoes. I've got several blooms, but no tomatoes yet.

    You guys sure eat good!
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    Haven't had a BLT in a long time.

    Thanks for the hunger pains

    Tomato looks good.
    Paul

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    Good looking veggies. I transplanted my tomatoes tonight (all of 3" tall). I am harvesting spinich and lettuce and the snap peas are not far behind. How about a garden pic!

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    Mmmmm...I love a good BLT. We're doing some Romas and grape romas this year along with some Japs, Serrano, green and red peppers. Trying a Container/Pot garden instead of going with a full blown garden.
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    Man! and we'll be the 4th of July before we get any. Can you grow them year round down there?

    However, now begins the debate:

    Does the bacon go against the bread, or should the lettuce, and what then for the tomato?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Man! and we'll be the 4th of July before we get any. Can you grow them year round down there?

    Yea, pretty much so where I'm at. It seldom gets below 40, so No worries about freezing. I usually start a couple plants at a time staggered out through the year.

    However, now begins the debate:

    Does the bacon go against the bread, or should the lettuce, and what then for the tomato?


    I don't care what order you stack them on, just stack'um on so I can eat.
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by BYBBQ View Post
    I don't care what order you stack them on, just stack'um on so I can eat.
    Threadkiller!

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    If I bring the sourdough bread, will there be enough maters?

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    If I bring the sourdough bread, will there be enough maters?


    DOOD! I'm not a bread kinda guy, but that looks great! Almost as good as Jim's BLT.

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